Electronic or mechanical toys are rather expensive to buy. Not to mention, purchasing batteries for toys can be costly. I have a few original rechargeable batteries at home, but those batteries are only used for my DSLR. So, one day, as I was walking in a Super Save store at 10th mile, I saw these batteries (look at the picture below)
"Ah!!! this is good. RM4.99 only" I said. I read the info on the packaging and it was written "made in Japan". Then I checked the language and it was perfect. So I told myself "This could be a good bargain". So I bought a pair of batteries. "Even if they are fakes, at least I can still use them for a few times" I told myself.
Once I reached home, I tested them on one of my son's toys. Unfortunately, the batteries were unusable and could not be charged. Dissapointed , although they were cheap, I threw them into the rubbish bin. And there goes my RM4.99. With that money, I should have pumped 2 litres of petrol into my motorbike.
P/s: Please don't buy these batteries. Good alkaline batteries should cost you more than RM30.